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Let the Sides Shine!

We have reached the holiday season and we’re letting the sides shine! Holiday gatherings are usually associated with festive, indulgent meals made from cherished family recipes. When it comes to side...

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  • December 2, 2019

The Thanksgiving Feast – A Nutritious Delicious Meal

Each Thanksgiving, millions of Americans sit down to a delicious meal of cherished family recipes, seasonal side dishes, and indulgent desserts. Typically, Thanksgiving dinner is associated with its calorie, fat,...

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  • November 27, 2019

RECIPE: Quinoa Stuffing

Looking for a complex carbohydrate side dish for the holidays? We've got the recipe for you! This Quinoa Stuffing has complex carbohydrates, fiber, protein, and tons of festive holiday flavors. Quinoa...

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  • November 20, 2019

Myth Busting: The Carbohydrate Controversy

In honor of National Diabetes Month we are here to bust the myth surrounding carbohydrates. Over the years, carbohydrates have gotten bad press. You may have heard that carbs lead...

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  • November 13, 2019

FNCE Recap 2019

Where can you go to hear the latest in nutrition research, sample the newest food products on the market, and even meet Bob of Bob’s Red Mill? The Food and...

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  • November 11, 2019

Balance Your Bowls

So, we actually don't mean for you to "balance your bowls" on your shelves or in your cabinets. This month we are all about balance as it relates to nutrition. November...

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  • November 4, 2019

Game Changing Tailgate Tips

As the colors change and the days get breezier, it becomes clear that everyone’s favorite season is approaching….football season! Tailgating is a must for every football lover but that does...

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  • October 30, 2019

It’s a Revolution!

It's a Revolution! From plant based proteins, meat alternatives, and blended burgers, the options of joining the vegetable revolution are endless. The Menus of Change initiative is another way to band...

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  • October 23, 2019

RECIPE: Mushroom and Lentil Sloppy Joes

It is National Vegetarian Month, and after last week's blog post, we are all about the plant based protein sources! This "sloppy Joe" recipe is a tasty vegan swap for...

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  • October 16, 2019

Myth Busting: Vegetarian & Vegan Protein Sources

When people think protein they think MEAT! But when did these two words become synonymous? And how can someone consume enough protein, without getting anywhere near meat? It’s time to...

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  • October 9, 2019
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What our clients are saying

“I ALWAYS feel spoiled by the meal offerings at CSW (The Cambridge School of Weston) and am entirely grateful for it. As I eat today's delicious and lavish lunch (and think about yesterday's as well), I can't tell you how much I feel so well cared for here, both with the food and by the dining hall staff. CSW cares for us in so many ways, both big and small.”

“You know that I haven't been home (India) for a long time now.  I miss my mama, I miss the food, I miss the smells, I miss the people. Starting yesterday, I started to smell my mama's kitchen at Parker.  I KNEW something Indian was brewing; I could smell the garam masala!  Thank you for the delicious tofu curry.  It made my belly and soul happy.”

“I just wanted to express my thanks and give two thumbs up for the updates to our lunch menu. My selections have been quite tasty—corned beef Reuben, jambalaya—and I appreciate that, too! I am looking forward to trying some new items in the coming weeks. Keep up the good work!”

“What a wonderful dinner we had tonight for our international families. The food was delicious and well presented as well.”

“We are so thankful and so impressed by your immediate attention to our power outage. It was such a relief to see all the equipment and workers coming in within a few hours of the outage. Thank you for serving dinner to all [the] students in a very difficult circumstance. Please extend our thanks to your workers who braved cold weather to grill hamburgers and hotdogs.”

“We can’t thank you enough for all the time and effort you put into getting this emergency shipment of water to our Waco, Tx office. As always, you guys pulled out all the stops and did everything possible to help! I know it doesn’t seem like much to you, but our employees in TX that need drinking water are truly grateful. I feel so fortunate to work with such true professionals. I think you set the bar that your competition wishes they could match!”

“I wanted to let you know that for this entire school year I have been so well fed! I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE all the diversity of salad choices we have each day and the amazing entrees.  My favorites are the carnitas, chili, curry, and cajun chicken days.  I am so grateful for all the care that goes into the food because I know I do not eat enough vegetables or balanced meals without you and your crew's work.  Thank you so much!  You take such great care of us!!”

“With all the prep work from Winterim ramping up and classes continuing as usual, it's a busy time to be a Forman teacher. Imagine my delight, tired as I was, when I delved into the upscale-restaurant-quality chicken parmesan our dining hall served last night. Forman is all about support, and providing our students with a dinner of that quality is just as important a measure of support as anything that happens in a classroom.”

“I will say that CulinArt has always been a very collaborative partner to T. Rowe Price, listening to our current needs and future goals and suggesting realistic and achievable strategies to meet those goals.  2020 was obviously no exception.  CulinArt also altered other areas of our OCS and pantry programs to create safer environments for all our associates. We can only thank you for your continued flexibility and innovative ideas through these difficult times.”

“Thank you for including me today in the food waste demonstration/[chef competition] and flattering me with the role of “judge.” I will proudly don the [Stop Food Waste Day] apron the next time I plan an “event” in our own kitchen. I think this is a very worthwhile cause and the statistics you read off are staggering. They, alone, can intimidate a home chef, let alone be the “driver’ for a professional one.”

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